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Player: LayZ Style Subject: Puzzle #19 part 2
|This is my 3rd attempt to post a continuation to the solution of Puzzle #19 but always ended up hitting a blank wall.|
Let\'s take a look at the original diagram.
kai2011 suggested the move 1...Na5!!
If White moves 2.cxb4
Black answers with 2...Nxb4 3.Qg3 Nb3+ 4.Qxb3 Bxb3
Definitely a win for Black.
What about 2.Rd1?
There follows 2...Bc5 3.Rxd5 Rxd5 4.Qe2 Nc4 5.b4 Be3+ 6.Kc2 Rd2+
Black has the advantage here.
And if 2.Re1?
Then 2...Bc5 3.Qh4 Nb3+ 4.Kd1 Ne3+ 5.Ke2 Rd2+ 6.Kf3 Nxg2 7.Qe4 Nxe1+ 8.Qxe1 Rxh2 9.Nf4 Nd2+ 10.Kg3 Bf2+
Though it may be a long variation, it\'s still an advantage for Black.
2...Nb3+ 3.Kc2 Bc5 4.Rd1 Ne3+ 5.Qxe3 Rxd1 6.Qf4 Rd2+ 7.Qxd2 Nxd2 8.Kxd2
Still Black\'s advantage.
This puzzle has 2 different solutions, 1...Bc5 and 1...Na5. Thanks to kai2011...hopefully we\'re able to cover all possible solutions.
|1 kai2011||2014-08-13 04:16:17|
|In fact, there was only my idea that black should win after 1. ... Na5. All glory belongs to You, Larry!.||-|
|2 dsuttles||2014-08-13 15:48:23|
|High praise, but well deserved. Quality chess problem||-|
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